The New iPhones Are Officially Coming September 10

The Apple invitations are officially out. The new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C are coming September 10, as expected. And at least one of them is going to be the rainbow bounty we'd been hoping for.

As is often the case, Apple has infused its invite with a not so subtle clue about what we can expect. The colourful dots are likely the palette that the iPhone 5C will come in, and they should "brighten everyone's day" because they are, er, colourful. Or it's a reference to the glittering gold champagne iPhone 5S that's coming down the pike. Or there's some sort of iFlashlight that's going to revolutionise the... flashlight... industry?

The event will be held at Apple's Cupertino headquarters instead of its usual Yerba Buena Center fête; that's not entirely out of the blue, though, as Apple last played a home game for the similarly iterative iPhone 4S.

Otherwise, the details of what we're expecting haven't changed much since AllThingsD first reported that September 10 would be the day of the big reveal. You can check out our overview here, or see our in-depth iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C rumour roundups. The only thing that's certain? There won't be many surprises. [Twitter]


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    They're coming Sep10 or the Keynote is Sep10?

      Keynote on September 10th and then products most likely available on September 20th.

      They will be announced on September 10th. Normally they are released a week or so later. But there is a rumor that they will release them on the same day as the event. Which has never happened with the iPhone.

    "iFlashlight that’s going to revolutionise the… flashlight… industry"

    Hilarious!!!
    Thank you.

      Knowing Apple they'd release a candle and try to pass it off as new :p

      I totally read that as iFleshlight

      I'm sure that would also brighten some people's day.

    Anyone else noticed how the article is "brought to you by Nokia", which is now a Microsoft company.
    Microsoft, bringing you the latest on Apple

      Actually, it says "MOBILE [sub-section of gizmodo] brought to you by Nokia"

      Nope. Nokia wont be a Microsoft company until sometime next year.

    Well they couldn't alter/censor the content just because it wasn't in their best interest otherwise it would end up to be too much like the Federal Election.

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